At Stanford: Athletic, strong and versatile player ... has the ability to play in the midfield as well as forward.
As a Junior in 2012: Played in three matches off the bench ... sidelined most of the season by injury ... played in the first three matches.
As a Sophomore in 2011: Pac-12 All-Academic second team ... had a two-assist performance in a 7-0 Pac-12 opening victory over visiting Arizona, both on goals by Marjani Hing-Glover within 1:22 of each other (Sept. 24) ... set up Kristy Zurmuhlen for the goal that gave Stanford a 4-1 first-half lead in Pac-12 showdown against visiting UCLA (Oct. 9).
As a Freshman in 2010: Played in 18 matches, with two starts, both victories ... started at outside left back against Hawai'i (Sept. 23) and assisted on the game's first goal, to Lindsay Taylor ... also started in 2-1 victory over Portland (Sept. 25) ... scored her first collegiate goal against Utah at Santa Clara Classic (Sept. 17) by controlling a through ball from Taylor McCann, flicking the ball over the goalkeeper, retrieving it in the six-yard box and scoring from an acute angle in the 80th minute ... made her collegiate debut as a first-half replacement for Christen Press at Boston University (Aug. 22).
National Team Experience: Member of U-14, U-15, U-16, U-17 U.S. national team pools.
High School/Club: A 2010 graduate of Bradenton Preparatory Academy in Bradenton, Fla. ... graduated from high school in three years ... did not play for high school team... attended the IMG Soccer Academy in Bradenton, Fla. in 2008 and 2009 ... named IMG's Attacking Player of the Year in 2009 ... named to the all-star team at the 2009 adidas Elite Soccer Program camp ... attended the Japan Football Association Soccer Academy at J-Village in Fukushima, Japan ... played club soccer for RSL Florida (2007-2010) and won age-group state championships in Colorado and Florida ... played for Florida and Region III Olympic Development Program teams from 2007-10.
Personal: Daughter of Mark and Tammy Payne ... identical twin sister Sydney also plays for Stanford ... academic interests include pre-med ... enjoys snowboarding, listening to music, reading, and volunteering with Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation ... diagnosed as a Type 1 diabetic on Christmas Day 2004 ... has been active mentoring children who also have diabetes and in encouraging them to continue to participate in sports ... plans on attending medical school following her career so that she can someday help children with their health ... helped organize Juvenile Diabetes Awareness Day during Stanford's match against visiting Arizona State (Sept. 23, 2012).